Humor Filter
  1. Peas and Cougars

    Says Peas and Cougar author Rae, “If real life were a cartoon, I would be a triangle, which is probably better than being a square.” We love how much humor and punch her simple line-drawings pack.

  2. The Annual

    The blog of humor bimonthly The Annual, featuring podcasts, magazine excerpts, interviews, and bonus features.

  3. Long Awkward Pause

    A satirical online magazine and podcast series covering everything from pop culture to food to music to dating. “We do not cover Popsicle stick crafts or related hobbies, 18th century British literature, or international donkey racing. Sorry.”


    A writer ready to take on the world with only some wit, a handful of toy dinosaurs, and mucho oregano. Expect essays, nostalgia, and humor. Note: writer is not actually a pizza.

  5. You Monsters Are People.

    Illustrator and writer Matt Posky takes no prisoners on You Monsters Are People., where he focuses on a singularly terrifying topic: us. All our foibles, incisively skewered.

  6. Listful Thinking

    Do you like being entertained? Do you like organized lists? Then you’ll love Stephanie’s blog. Numbered lists, bullets, outlines — she’s got them all, and they’re invariably funny and insightful.

  7. Blurt

    Satire, absurdity, and self-deprecation — always on point, always hilarious. Blurt is written by Len, a.k.a. Omawarisan, who “was created by author J.D. Salinger in the mid 50s following the blueprint dictated by frog and dinosaur DNA.” True? You be the judge.

  8. Peg-o-Leg’s Ramblings

    Humor columnist Peg Schulte calls herself the “secret lovechild of Erma Bombeck and Dave Barry… At least she used to, until they threatened legal action.” Always honest, always irreverent, and always funny, Peg’s long been a WordPress community favorite.

  9. Sass & Balderdash

    Writes Katie Hoffman: “You know how you sometimes get that urge to cook and you convince yourself you’re the next Emeril, but in reality you shouldn’t be allowed in the kitchen and the concoction you come up with is food-poisoning inducing? That’s what Sass & Balderdash is, only without the food poisoning.”

  10. Life in the Boomer Lane

    These are the musings of Renee, a former hula hoop champion whose life has been formed by a complete inability to orient herself in space or remember anyone’s name. If you see her wandering around anywhere, don’t call anyone — just get her ice cream.

  11. Mark Armstrong Illustration

    Mark Armstrong is a commercial illustrator whose motto is “Client first, client second, ego distant third.” In his opinion, nothing succeeds like good illustration. Humor multiplies its power.

  12. Why I Would Rather Try To Find The Funny Than The Meaning Of Life

    “‘Why is life so hard?’ Tears filled my eyes and spilled down my icy cheeks. I was blinded as I lifted my face in anguish to the bright, cold sky. Then I tripped over a toilet.” In a world of hardship, Peg Schulte remembers to laugh.

  13. The Knuckle Sandwich Epiphany

    Sydney-based writer and editor Psyren Song publishes a blend of comics and narrative on childhood, growing up, and friendship.

  14. Chasing the Unicorn: How To Make Money as a Writer

    The poet at Choose Your Own Adventure offers tips on how to succeed as a writer, from “writing a thing that Oprah likes” to simply marrying rich.

  15. My 20s (The Asshole Years)

    “This is the time to take stands, to yell your beliefs from the tops of mountains, to stand up for others, protest, rally and vote. Discuss, argue, debate, test your opinions and change your mind.” Karen Perry offers advice to her younger brothers (and tells them to enjoy being assholes while they still can).